Friday, December 11, 2015
Project update: new heater tap!
So summer is here and it's time to start getting the old Sigma out of hibernation! Not many things need to be done, but there are a couple of things I need to devote some time to on the car. First of which is the heater system. The original heater control tap was rusted shut and one of the outlets broke off completely earlier in the year, so I completely bypassed the heater system to avoid any leaks.
As you can see in the photos above and below, the old heater tap was looking very overdue for a replacement. I've been so blessed to find a brand new heater tap at one of my local air conditioning and heating automotive specialists! And it was cheap too! A true bargain find. Next I have to remove the heater core, inspect it and clean, recondition or replace as needed.
Labels: My Sigma
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